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August 8, 2009

A Denton Publication

Good Times



Popular Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival returns, Aug. 21-23.

Let the Mountain Men show you a glimpse of Adirondack’s past.

Sprague’s residency no longer an issue for election board.

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Late blight destroying Waynestock II: The second annual benefit crops throughout region By Laura Cormack

Most gardening aficionados are well versed in how a plant disease known as late blight can devastate crops — most notably tomato and potato plants. This summer, however, has been near catastrophic for local growers as it was in the 1850’s when the same blight caused the Irish potato famine. Late blight is a plant disease that attacks both potatoes and tomatoes. It is caused by a fungal pathogen that survives from one season to the next in infected tubers and the

NORTH CREEK — The second annual “Waynestock” will be held on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Ski Bowl Pavilion in North Creek. Waynestock was founded last year, previously held on Aug. 12, to benefit Wayne “Wayno” Bukovinsky and family of North Creek. Bukovinsky was seriously injured last April in a motorcycle accident on Golf Course Road near Cronin’s Golf Course in Warrensburgh. After being airlifted from Cronin’s, he was in a coma for three weeks, and his friends and family did not know if he would make it through that critical time. But he did make it, and has achieved a miraculous recovery since then, something his friends and family attribute to his remarkable will power and inner strength. “Last year he was still in a wheelchair, unable to walk, just starting to get his speech back. Now he’s doing well walking with a cane and speaking very fluently. He’s back to enjoying life,” said friend Steve Studnicky. “To watch his progress has been nothing short of amazing. For weeks on end we didn’t even know if he would survive, let alone how he would recover. Just watching where he was to where he is now, I think that type of accident would have taken the life of most, but he has this strength, stamina and inner will. I would honestly expect nothing less of him; that’s just his character.” And he is still making progress, Studnicky said. “The doctors didn’t think he’d be at

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Late blight, pictured above on tomato plants, is destroying most, if not all of the local tomato and potato crops this growing season. Experts say they haven’t seen an outbreak this bad in decades. By Marcia Bierce

Wayne “Wayno” Bukovinsky poses with family and friends during the first “Waynestock” fundraiser held last year in his honor. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Ski Bowl Pavilion in North Creek.

North Country Life Flight focus of woman’s fundraising campaign By Jeremiah Papineau

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SARANAC LAKE — Janice D. Washburn considers herself lucky to be alive. It was four years ago when the now 55-year-old Keeseville resident was returning to work from her lunch break and noticed something wasn't quite right. "I started to feel dizzy," Washburn recalled. "I thought I was having a stroke." Though her memory of that day is still fuzzy, Washburn said she remembers being taken by ambulance to CVPH Medical Center, just minutes away from her office. Upon further evaluation, it was found she had a ruptured brain aneurysm and doctors immediately ordered her to be airlifted to Fletcher Allen Healthcare in Burlington, Vt. — a trip that would have taken much longer by ambulance, said Washburn. "I only suffered mild dis-

abilities because of how quickly they got me to Burlington," she said. Though she lost hearing in one ear and occasionally suffers from dizziness, improper balance and short-term memory loss, Washburn said her condition could have been a lot worse if not for North Country Life Flight, the nonprofit medevac service which flew her to Fletcher Allen. "My head was filling up with blood. If I would have had to ride by ambulance all the way [to Burlington], there would've been even more damage,” Washburn said. “My husband and I would even say Life Flight saved my life." About a year after her incident — a year spent recovering from her aneurysm — Washburn was reviewing her medical bills from that time and realized something was missing. "I started getting ambulance bills but I noticed there was no bill for the

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Hoedown scheduled NORTH CREEK — An old fashioned hoedown complete with dinner, music and dance will be held Friday, Aug. 14 at the Hudson Pavilion at Railroad Place. A country dinner will begin the event at 5:30 p.m. with music and square dancing from 7-9 p.m. Music will be provided by “Don’t Quit Your Day Job.” The cost is $20 for adults, $12 for children 12 and under and under 3 free. Advance registration by Aug. 7 is $18 for adults and $9 for children 12 and under. For advance registration and more information, call 2515842.

St. James to celebrate anniversary NORTH CREEK — St. James Catholic Church in North Creek is celebrating its 125 Anniversary as a parish, Sunday Aug. 16, with a special mass at noon Bishop Howard J. Hubbard presiding and a reception will follow. The service is open to the public. For more information call 251-2518 or 251-2809.

Pig Roast a success NORTH RIVER — Seasonal residents of North River hosted a pig roast on Saturday, Aug. 1 with roughly 150 of the 200 year-round residents in attendance as honored guests. The gathering allowed for amiably interaction between residents as well as raised about $5,000 for the North River Volunteer Fire Department. Thank you to all who attended and aided in making the event a successful one.

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Acclaimed bluegrass fest returns NORTH CREEK — With expanded hours and a lengthy lineup of entertainment, the sixth annual Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival is set for Aug. 21 - 23 at Ski Bowl Park. About twelve bands are headlining the annual festival which draws fans from all over the northeast and Canada for three days of musical entertainment, camping, concessions, and the opportunity to get acquainted with fellow fans. From humble beginnings, the festival has grown to become one of the area’s largest outdoor musical events. The festival launches its stage performances Friday Aug. 21 at noon, continuing well into the evening hours. Appearing onstage Friday will be Vern Young, the Seth Sawyer Band, local favorites Don’t Quit Your Day Job, John Hudson and Friends, the Warren County Ramblers, and the Beartracks band. An open stage is scheduled for the afternoon, and festival attendees are invited to share their talents. Saturday, the music starts at 10 a.m. and continues nonstop through 10:45 p.m., with 18 sets onstage. To be featured are Tim Graves & Cherokee, Vern Young, Seth Sawyer Band, White Mountain Bluegrass, Smokey Greene, Cabin Fever, John Hudson & Friends, and Southern Rail. Sunday morning starts off with a gospel sing from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., followed by popular regional performers Southern Rail, John Hudson and Friends, Warren County Ramblers, Beartracks, White Mountain Bluegrass, the Cabin Fever Band, and Smokey Greene. The event features expanded concessions, including an increased variety of food. For details, see: or call 251-2240 or 251-3141. Advance three-day tickets will be on sale until Aug.17 for $35, after which they will increase by $7. These three-day tickets include camper parking. The gate to the grounds will open at

Among the noted bands to perform at the Upper Hudson Bluegrass Festival Aug. 21 - 23 is Don’t Quit Your Day Job. noon Thurs. Aug. 20. Tickets are available by sending a good check or money order payable to Upper Hudson Festivals along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary Lou Cole, 10 Manor Road, Apt. 5, North Creek, NY 12853. A notfor-profit organization, Upper Hudson Festivals supports local musical students and cultural events. The festival’s two major sponsors this year are Denton Publications, publishers of various North Country newspapers, and the LA Group, municipal architects and planners based in Saratoga Springs.

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Waynestock From page 1 this point.” commented Bukovinsky’s son Brian. “It’s a very slow process, and he’s still recovering. After a year, they think that the most major progress is made by that point, but he’s still improving. It feels like he’s making improvements every week still. It’s all about his attitude.” Bukovinsky’s friends and co-workers at his former place of work, Creative Stage Lighting in North Creek, refer to his character in regard to his amazing recovery, and look forward to having him back on the job. “He used to be one of our lead crew chiefs; he’s been with us for over 10 years. Whenever there’s a show, people ask for him by name. We’re looking forward to the day when he can come back and work 40 hours a week,” said co-worker George Studnicky Jr. Bukovinsky’s accident shook the whole community, and many wanted to do what they could to help. Insurance would not cover all of the costs of his medical needs, and due to the nature of his injuries and the extensive time and treatment that he would require to recover, his friends knew that he would need extra help to get though this uncertain time. Thus Waynestock was born. Studnicky, who has been a lifelong friend of Bukovinsky’s, knew he had to step up to the plate and gather the community together for this cause. Together with the North Creek Fire Department and the other Johnsburg fire departments, and numerous friends and family members, Studnicky brought the idea for Waynestock to life. “North Creek Fire had ideas, I had ideas, all the fire companies came together from Johnsburg and put in manpower, every department donated funds. They did 100 percent of the food, so proceeds from the food went directly to his cause,” said Studnicky. “I put in quite a bit of time gathering donations. We had bands all day long, which Creative Stage Lighting was willing to put together; before we knew it, we had enough entertainment to last 10 hours. We had 50-50 raffles all day long, and an auction that went to all the local businesses for; we got gift certificates, merchandise, cash, etc. Everyone was very willing to give, so many people contributed. Everybody just pitched in whatever they could give.” This year ’s Waynestock, “Waynestock II” will be held in similar tradition, with good

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food, good friends and plenty of entertainment. According to Studnicky, Bukovinsky has set up a large portion of this year ’s benefit himself. And instead of funding the Bukovinsky family, this event will benefit other families who have experienced such hardships. “Wayne put forth a lot of momentum for this year. We are going to become a not-forprofit organization called ‘North Country Hardship Fund,’ and all the donations for this year will go toward helping families in similar situations to the Bukovinsky’s. This is Wayne’s way of giving back,” said Studnicky. “We are working through the process of making decisions on what will qualify people for the fund. We will probably have an application and closely look at it; we are putting a team of seven together to do that. It’s still new to us and we are still making finite decisions. We are kind of leaving it open as to what we’ll look at, it could be numerous things; accidents, illness, or fires.” Last year, the benefit was able to raise into five figures, and this year those involved hope to see the same success. The event is open to the public at no charge, but attendees are encouraged to give what they can. There will be auctioning and raffles all day, and entertainment from noon on. A special highlight of the day will be the marriage of Erika Bukovinsky, Wayne’s daughter, which will take place during the benefit. A tightly knit community coming together to help a well-loved friend seemed to be the recipe that spelled success for Waynestock I: that same spirit is expected to surround Waynestock II. “It’s impossible to sum Wayne up in a word. He’s your friend, he’s there for you in every facet, he’s always been there for people. He’s a giver; the whole family is,” said Studnicky. “You look at where we live, and the people have a reputation-they always come together to take care of each other. That’s one of the fantastic things about our community. And Wayno has so many avenues; he’s got his motorcycle family, his theatrical family, his firefighter family, and his family family.” Studnicky confessed that its been quite a journey since that fateful day last April, but said his friend has achieved countless victories along the way. As he summed it up in one sentence…“He’s come a long, long way in the last 15 months, and he’s still Wayno.”

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Berggren performs at historical society meeting By David McNally MINERVA — The Minerva Historical Society made some history of its own on the evening of Tuesday, July 28 under the pavilion at Donnelly Beach. For the first time in its 54 year history, the Society held its annual organizational meeting outside preceded by a pot-luck dinner and a concert by renowned Adirondack folk singer Dan Berggren. Mr. Berggren, who grew up in the town of Minerva, regaled the audience of 80 people with songs, poems and stories, many of which centered on stories about local residents from the past and the not-to-distant past. The concert featured Berggrens’ original compositions: “Mountain Air,” “Settled in the Mountains,” “When Harry Carried the Mail,” “Logging Roads, Graveyards & Old Cellar Holes,” Harry,” Minerva, My Hometown,” and “Alice. Mr. Berggren also treated the audience to a tuneful rendition of the traditional ”Dying Drummer's Sweethearts,” as well as a recitation of the poem “Neighbors” by JR Foster and of a poem of his own entitled, “Cremation of the Old Floyd Place.” Following the potluck dinner and concert, outgoing Minerva Historical Society President Ann Hornbeck presided over the Society’s annual meeting where the following people were elected as officers: Ed Healey, President; Ann Hornbeck, Vice-President; Lester Sternin, Treasurer; Board of Trustee

By Mike Corey There were 13 calls for the emergency medical services of the Minerva Rescue Squad this July, and the squad was able to respond to all of them (except for one, which came in at the same time the ambulance was on its way to Glens Falls Hospital with a patient). The new EMTs on the squad have been very active, especially, Karen and Greg Wright, who have readily jumped in when help was needed. With a total of 61 calls for the year, the Minerva squad has been able to respond to

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Basket making at the Adirondack Museum BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Yvonne Phillips will demonstrate the skill of making ash baskets by hand at the Adirondack Museum on Aug. 6 through Aug. 10, 2009. The demonstration will be held in the Mark W. Potter Education Center from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and is included in the price of general admission. Phillips is a fourth generation Native American basket weaver. She learned the craft from her grandfather Ernest Phillips, grandmother Peggy Phillips, and her father Ernest "Putt" Phillips around the wood stove in their cabin. Her family, Abenaki Indians originally from the Canadian border area, were a prime source of Adirondack-style pack baskets nationwide, including baskets for the Alaskan fishing industry. In addition to traditional pack baskets, Yvonne Phillips also makes candle baskets, arrow quivers, fishing baskets, wine baskets, and more. The Adirondack Museum tells the story of the Adirondacks through exhibits, special events, classes for schools, and hands-on activities. Basket making is part of a summerlong series of craft and trade demonstrations at the Adirondack Museum. For information about all that the museum has to offer, please call (518) 352-7311, or visit

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INDIAN LAKE — St. Mary’s Indian Lake Energizers will sponsor an annual craft fair and flea market on Saturday, Sept. 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain on the St. Mary’s Church grounds. There will be a bake sale, 50/50 raffle, crafts, refreshments, plants, books, and treasures old and new. All proceeds go to SMILE and will be used to help people in need. Contact Dave 648-5170 or Peggy 648-5148 to reserve a craft table or make a donation.

INDIAN LAKE — Indian Lake: There will be a Horseshoe Toss Tournament hosted by the Town of Indian Lake, on Aug. 22 at Byron Park, Indian Lake starting at 10 AM. Teams will consist of 2 players. There will be a registration fee of $10.00 for each team. Registration will begin at 9 AM. Prize money will be awarded for first, second and third place. This will be a friendly competition with “House Rules”. For more information contact Vonnie at 518-648-5828 or

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BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — “The Upstate New Yorkers,” last seen dancing in Byron Park will be in Blue Mountain Lake at The Arts Center on Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. All who attend are welcome to dance with the group. The evening will culminate with fireworks over the lake. $5 general admission.

INDIAN LAKE — Indian Lake Theater brings the classics to the big screen with Family Fun Nights. On Sunday, Aug. 9, the 1933 Marx Brother ’s Duck Soup will be shown at 4:30 p.m. There will also be an opportunity for up and coming stand-up comics to try out their jokes on stage. On Sunday, Aug. 23, West Side Story will bring the grueling streets of 1950’s New York City to the screen. Indian Lake Theater Family Fun Nights begin at 4:30 p.m., immediately following the 2:00 p.m. Sunday matinee; admission is $3.00 per person.

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — You heard them as part of Tanglefoot, and now you can hear them again. Sandra Swannell and Terry Young are back in a duo called My Sweet Patootie and they will be at The Arts Center on Tuesday, Aug. 18 at 7:30 playing their funny songs with perfect vocals and drool-worthy guitar solos. A song-writing workshop with the artists will precede the show from 2 to 4 p.m. 14218

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BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The grounds of the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake, New York will become a lively 19th century tent city with an encampment of American Mountain Men interpreting the fur trade and a variety of survival skills on Aug. 14 and 15, 2009. The group will interpret the lives and times of traditional mountain men with colorful demonstrations and displays of shooting, tomahawk and knife throwing, furs, fire starting and cooking, clothing of both eastern and western mountain styles, period firearms, and more. This year's encampment will include blacksmithing as well as a beaver skinning and fleshing demonstration. All of the American Mountain Men activities and demonstrations are included in the price of regular Adirondack Museum admission. There is no charge for museum members. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Participants in the museum encampment are from the Brothers of the New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts segment of the national American Mountain Men organization. Mountain men are power-

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BOE: Sprague candidacy legit By Jonathan Alexander The candidacy of Kristy Sprague for Essex County District Attorney is legit, according to the state board of elections. State Board of Elections Director of Public Information John Conklin said New York State Public Officer ’s Law dictates that a district attorney must be a resident of the county on the date of the general election -- but not necessarily before. “We’ve always interpreted that (the law) as Election Day,” Conklin said. “So, if a person is a resident by Elec-

tion Day, we consider that kosher.” Sprague told WNBZ she intends on moving before the November 3 general election. “It’s been in the works,” she said. “We are looking for a school district to accommodate both of our children, one is going into second grade and the other is going into preschool.” Conklin says some offices have more restrictive requirements – but not the seat of District Attorney. “There are some offices where there are more specific provisions that are laid out in the constitution like Senator or Governor or the

House of Representatives,” Conklin said. “But, the DA falls into this part of the public officer ’s law.” The issue of Sprague’s residency arose this week as supporters of Essex County DA Julie Garcia filed a lawsuit claiming that Sprague – currently an Assistant DA in Clinton County – was ineligible to run for the Essex County seat because she is not a resident of the county. The race for Essex County DA is starting to heat up, after the local Republican Party shunned incumbent Garcia, choosing instead to endorse Sprague. Garcia is currently on the Democratic line, but plans to

Kristy Sprague run against Sprague in the September Republican primary. The two candidates are set to face-off in a debate on Thursday, Aug. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School.

Primary election candidates decided By Matt Bosley ELIZABETHTOWN — Party tickets county-wide and in eleven different towns are being contested in primary elections scheduled for Sept. 15. The deadline has passed for candidates to file their party-affiliated petitions with the Essex County Board of Elections, and several candidates, including many incumbents, are being challenged from within their party. The following candidates will compete for their party’s support in their respective races. Please note that candidates running unopposed within their party are not listed.

Essex County Sheriff: Henry Hommes (RC), incumbent; Michael Tyler (R). District attorney: Julie Garcia (R-D), incumbent; Kristy Sprague (R).

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Town Council (two seats): Thomas Walter (R), incumbent; Robert Patnode (R); Walter Worth (R); Mary DeHart-Ross (R). Highway superintendent: Eugene Ingleston (R), incumbent; Cory Armstrong (R).

Town Council (two seats): Richard Carpenter (R), incumbent; Timothy Garrison (R); Laura Baker (R); Eugene Williams Jr. (R).

Elizabethtown Highway superintendent: Dennis Aubin (R-D), incumbent; Arthur Glenn Muller (R).

Jay Town Council (two seats): Archie Depo (D), incumbent; Fred Balzac (D-W).

Minerva Supervisor: David LaBar (R); Paul Clickner (R). Town Council (two seats): Douglas McCall (R), incumbent; Eric Klippel (R); Keith Dubay (R).

Newcomb Highway superintendent: Mark Yandon (D), incumbent; John Helms (D).

North Hudson Town Council (two seats): Ronald Moore (R), incumbent; Roscoe Herrick (R); Daniel Wachowski (R). Highway superintendent: James Colaneri (D), incumbent; Kelly DeZalia (R-D); Kevin Duntley (D).


DeChame (R-D); Debra Malaney (R); R. William Grinnell (R). Town Council (two seats): Robert Thatcher Sr. (R), incumbent; Steven Whitford (R), incumbent; Jeffrey Cook (R); Jorja Sanders (R).

Westport Supervisor: Bruce Dunning (R); Bruce Ware (R-C).

Willsboro Supervisor: Lori LincolnSpooner (R), incumbent; Robert Ashline (R). Town justice: Gregg Dickerson (R); Kenneth Coonrod (R), incumbent.


Schroon Town Council (two seats): Roger Friedman (R), incumbent; Meg Wood (R); Bruce Caza (R).

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Essex County may have to up pay scale for engineers By Jon Alexander ELIZABETHTOWN — Fearing a lack of qualified candidates, Essex County Supervisors unanimously endorsed a pay increase for the post of Assistant Civil Engineer this week. After significant discussion, the board approved a measure that will pay between $45,000 to $55,000 for the job, but could pay more if a highly qualified candidate is found. But even with the pay increase, Essex Supervisor Ron Jackson still has his doubts. “I just don’t know if we will be able to get what we want for $55,000,” Jackson said. Before the adoption of the new pay scale, a first-year Assistant Civil Engineer was slated to make $39,000 – a figure well out of line with other regional counties and the pri-

vate sector. Several supervisors agreed with Jackson’s analysis and an amendment was added to allow for more pay commiserate with experience or education of an applicant. Supervisors said they would like an experienced engineer and that paying a little more in salary will save cash in the long run because more work could be accomplished in-house. The county is seeking a replacement for longtime Assistant Civil Engineer Lenny Zelkowitz, who is set to retire in September. Essex County Manager Dan Palmer noted that due to the amended approval of the pay scale adjustment, a planned training period for the new hire may not happen. Because of the open-ended nature of the pay scale, any potential hire over $55,000 would have to return to the full board for approval.

Swimmer injured in Schroon Lake SCHROON LAKE — On July 30 at 7:35 p.m., the Essex County 911 Center in Lewis received a report of a subject being seriously injured as a result of a boating accident in Schroon Lake, New York. New York State Police personnel responded to Schroon Lake where they located Timothy F. Flaherty, 49, of New York City, New York. Flaherty had been swimming alone in open water without a flag or buoy, when he was struck by the propeller of a passing 21 foot motor boat operated by David R. Rineer,

20, of Hatfield, Pennsylvania. Rineer heard the collision and observed Flaherty injured in the water. Flaherty was assisted into the boat and transported to shore by Rineer and other occupants of the boat. Flaherty suffered from multiple lacerations to his body and arm. Flaherty was stabilized at the scene and airlifted by a New York State Police Helicopter to the Fletcher Allen Health Center in Burlington, Vermont where he is listed in stable condition.



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I Golf benefit cancelled To the editor: We regret we will have to cancel the Ssg. Kevin Kimmerly Memorial Golf Tournament, which was to take place Sunday August 9 at the Pole Valley in Hartford, NY. this year, because of a lack of players. We are truly sorry if this has caused any inconvenience. Thank you for your support in years passed and hopefully next year we will see you. Family and friends of Ssg. Kevin C Kimmerly.

Donations encouraged for needed service To the editor: This year marks the 20th year that North Country Life Flight has served our region with its air rescue mission. When I experienced a critical illness; one I was not expected to survive, North Country Life Flight came to my aid. I credit them with not only being part of the team that helped save my life, but they also helped minimize my disabilities through their excellent care and quick transport to a distant trauma center. You don’t see their name in papers or media often. Given the critical injuries and illnesses of their patients, along with concerns for privacy, they don’t seek publicity for the work they do. I can tell you, however, they are an extremely professional and hardworking group of people that deserve our support. They do their job quietly; they are "neighbors helping neighbors." Today, I write this as a volunteer with North Country Life Flight; I’m trying to "pay forward" the tremendous gift of life I was given. I’m hoping everyone who appreciates their 20 years of service will join me in saying thank you and being as generous as they are able. We’d also love to receive some patient/family stories that we can share on the North Country Life Flight website and blog. Visit at To commemorate this 20th anniversary year, I am asking all my North Country neighbors to join me in supporting this critical service. I am only one of the many patients they have helped over the 20 years, but like many others, I know first-hand how valuable that service is. I’ve met some of the former patients and their families at events. We’ve shared hugs, laughter and even tears. We also share the gratitude for the chance of an extended life that North Country Life Flight helped provide. I’ve set a goal of $20,000 from new donors this summer to help North Country Life Flight remain a viable service, ready to respond to the needs of this region’s critically ill and injured. Together, we can meet that goal if we all respond today. I’d like 999 of my North Country neighbors to send a check of $20 or more to North Country Life Flight, PO Box 994, Saranac Lake, NY 12983. Whatever you can afford will make a difference. I’ll write my check today. Please join me in supporting this important mission. Jan Washburn Keeseville

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t's time to answer some questions from readers like you who are learning to Super-Coupon:

Q: I read your column about stockpiling groceries that you find on sale. How much do I need to buy at one time of something to stockpile it? I'm not comfortable doing bulk buying. A: "Stockpiling" is a term that many coupon enthusiasts use to refer to the practice of buying ahead of schedule. When we stockpile, we attempt to beat the stores at their own pricing games by buying enough of an item to sustain our household's needs until the next time that item goes on sale. It doesn't necessarily refer to bulk buying but rather just buying more than you immediately need. If an item is non-perishable or has a long shelf life, buy as many of that item as you have coupons for. Add them to your stockpile, and use them over the next few weeks instead of running to the store for that item. Here's an example. If pasta sauce is on sale for $1.29, and I have six 75-cent coupons, I will buy six jars of sauce and pay just 54 cents a jar. While my immediate needs for this week's meal would only include one jar, the price of the pasta sauce will likely be back up to $2.99 next week. When I decide to make pasta again, I can go down to my pantry and get another jar, which I bought at 54 cents. I don't need to go to the grocery store and pay full price, because I bought a little more than I needed last week when it was on sale. When you think about doing this on a larger scale with everything we buy, it's easy to see how we can save in the long term. It's not bulk buying so much as it is buying just a little more than we need in the short term. You will become comfortable with "shopping at home" for those items from your own pantry versus running to the store and paying that higher price. Stockpiling teaches you to shop on a price-based basis versus a needs-based basis. Q: One of my local grocery stores will not accept Internet coupons. Why wouldn't a store take them? Should I be wary of using them? A: While most stores accept Internet coupons, it's true that some do not. Counterfeit coupons have always been a problem

Ongoing NORTH CREEK — North Creek Depot Museum open Wed 1-3, Thursday and Friday 12-5, Saturday and Sunday 12-4. NORTH CREEK — Farmers Market Thursday 4-7 pm at the train station pavilion. NORTH CREEK — The Town of Johnsburg library hosts a preschool story hour and crafts every Friday from 10 - 11 a.m. NORTH CREEK— The North Creek American Legion Post 629 holds monthly meetings the third Tuesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. at the firehouse. All old and new members are welcome. NORTH CREEK — Johnsburg Central School Preschool Story Time (for three and four year olds) on Mondays, 10:30-11:15 a.m. in the elementary library. Contact Mr. Eric Gelber (518) 251-2921 Ext. 3804. Begins October 6 and runs till June. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. New exhibits. Free admission to year-round park residents in June. MINERVA — Planet Minerva meeting 2nd Wednesday of each month at town hall, 7 p.m. NORTH CREEK — The Gore Mt. Senior Citizens meet the fourth Monday of each month at the Meal Site in North Creek at 5:30 p.m. for a covered dish followed by our meeting. All over 55 are invited to join. NORTH CREEK — Free transportation available for Johnsburg Seniors age 62 and up every Thursday morning to Glens Falls and back for shopping, doctors etc. Call Barbara Lynch for more details and to be placed on the weeks rider list, 251-5546. WEVERTOWN — Johnsburg Historical Society meeting 1 p.m. every 1st Monday of month, JHS office hours Mon and Wed 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Wevertown Community Center. Contact 251-4253. NORTH CREEK —"The Art of the Place: Adirondack Landscapes of SH" the works of Sandra Hildreth and Hal Silverman on display in the Widlund Gallery in the Tannery Pond Community Center, 6/27-7/29. NEWCOMB — Huntington Lecture series every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the VIC. Discussion topics range from invasive species to human/nature interaction.

for stores. With the advent of the Internet, new problems have arisen, especially when counterfeiters make realisticlooking coupons and post them online. If many people print and redeem the fake coupons, stores lose money because they cannot redeem the fakes with the manufacturer. To avoid these issues, some stores have issued a blanket No Internet Coupons policy. Do you need to be afraid of By Jill Cataldo using Internet coupons? Not at all. There are hundreds of legitimate coupons available on the Internet every day. To know whether or not an Internet coupon is legitimate, look to see where the coupon originates. If it is posted on a manufacturer or store Web site, it's legitimate and perfectly fine to use. If it is posted on someone's personal site or a file-sharing site, you have no way to verify its origin, so you shouldn't use it. If you're looking on manufacturers' sites for coupons in the first place, you won't come across any coupons that are fraudulent. It's important to note, too, that you cannot make a photocopy of a coupon that you printed from the Internet, a common misconception among new coupon users. Some people assume that because it printed from their printer they can copy it and make as many as they would like. But can you copy a dollar bill? No. And you can't copy a coupon, either. Internet coupons have unique serial numbers and bar codes. While you might get away with passing photocopies at your store, your store will ultimately pay the price when they go to redeem them, since they'll only get credit for one coupon with that serial number.

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Friday August 7 BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Lake Placid Sinfonietta at the Adirondack Museum. Call 352-7715 for details. INDIAN LAKE — IL Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Tricky Tray, 7 p.m. at the firehouse.

Saturday August 8 LONG LAKE — Town-wide garage sale, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sale location maps available at the town hall and town offices. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — ALCA Great Camps Benefit 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the arts center.

Monday August 10 BlUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Librarian Jerry Pepper will lecture on “When Men and Mountain Meet: Mapping the Adirondacks,” as illustrated by historic maps from the Adirondack Museum's collection. 7:30 p.m. in the museum’s auditorium. Free to members; nonmembers $5.

Tuesday August 11 BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Nacre Dance, 8 p.m. at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. A Albany based dance performance. LONG LAKE — Hoss’s Country Corner hosts Author ’s Night at the store.

Wednesday August 12 CHESTERTOWN — The Town of Chester Library presents: "ECUADOR" slide-show presentation of photos by Louise Wieck at 8 p.m. in the Municipal Center Auditorium. The event is free. For more info call 494-5384. CHESTERTOWN — The Town of Chester Library will present “Moon Bears journey to freedom” chronicling the plight of Asian Moon Bears with Joan Belville. The event is free. For more info call 494-5384. LONG LAKE — Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip will perform in Long Lake at the beach fromm 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Thursday August 13 LONG LAKE — Annual Swim Races at the town gazebo. Registration at 9:30 a.m., races begin at 10 a.m. CHESTERTOWN — The Town of Chester Library presents: "Exotic Animals from around the World" with Joe Biss III and live animals at 3 p.m. The event is free. For more info call 4945384.

NORTH CREEK — North Creek Depot Museum Platform Talk at 3 p.m. "How to get started in Model Railroading." Free. Please bring a chair

Friday August 14 NORTH CREEK — Depot Museum Hoedown Fun-Raiser! 5:30 Country Dinner, 7 pm Square Dancing. Hudson River Pavilion. Tickets $20 adult, 1/2 price children. Call 251-5842 for more information. NEWCOMB — Rich Lake Paddle. 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the VIC. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Woods Tea Company, 7:30 p.m. at Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. A mixture of lively folk, Celtic music, sea shanties, and bluegrass with dry New England humor. LONG LAKE — The 10th Mountain Division Band ALight Pops Band will perform at the Mt. Sabattis Pavilion in Long Lake at 7:30 p.m. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Matthew Murray photography exhibit entitled, Abandoned America: A beautiful exhibit of history, beauty, and remembering opens at Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

August 14-15 BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Museum grounds become a 19th century tent city with an encampment of Mountain Men. Mountain Men participate in the encampment by invitation only.

Saturday August 15 LONG LAKE — Black Bear Pistol Championship. Call the Long Lake Fish and Game Club for details, 624-3077. NEWCOMB — Rock Fest 2009: Celebrating Geology in the Adirondacks. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the VIC. NORTH CREEK — Depot Museum Children's Workshop. 10-12 p.m. Learn how to build a wind turbine. For children 7 and older. Free. Adults are encouraged to attend with their children.

Sunday August 16 BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Square Dance at ALCA, 7 p.m. POTTERSVILLE — Chicken barbecue at the Pottersville United Methodist Church. Good food and fellowship. Cost is $9 for adults, $4.50 for kids with under 5 free. Food includes half chicken, baked potato, cole slaw, rolls, dessert and beverage.

SATURDAY August 8, 2009


Life Flight


From page 1 helicopter," she said. Upon further research, Washburn learned North Country Life Flight is an organization which provides its services at no cost to its patients. "That was just astounding to me," she said. Washburn, feeling compelled to help North Country Life Flight continue its mission, then began volunteering her services to help raise funding for the organization. “I felt that I could make a difference,” she said. Most recently, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of North Country Life Flight’s founding, Washburn levied a challenge to her fellow community members to raise $20,000. It’s a challenge she hopes will both raise money and awareness for all the organizations does. "I feel that not many people really know a lot about Life Flight,” she said. “They may see the helicopter, but not know what they really do until, like me, they need their services." Mary Jane Connors, president and chief executive officer of North Country Life Flight, said she was more than pleased to learn of Washburn’s goal. "I think it's great what she's doing," said Connors. "Since she was helped by Life Flight, she's made it her role to pay it forward so it will be here for the next person and so they won't have to worry about the cost either." North Country Life Flight utilizes helicopters from the New York State Police aviation unit in its mission, explained Connors. The main expenses for which North Country Life Flight is responsible — an amount that fluctuates year after year depending on the number of people it serves — are providing medical equipment, medications and a combination of paid and volunteer medical personnel who are nationally-certified. In order to do this, North Country Life Flight relies on support it receives through fundraisers and occasional grant funding. However, the medevac service mainly relies on donations from the community at large, said Connors. "Our largest funding is from individual donations," she said. “In fact, that's what's enabled us to be free for so long.” North Country Life Flight is the only nonprofit medevac service in the area, explained Connors, serving Clinton, Essex, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Warren, Washington, Hamilton, Herkimer and portions of Jefferson and Lewis counties. The second closest medevac services for the region fly out of Albany and Syracuse and are commercial services, charging patients roughly $20,000 per flight or more. "North Country Life Flight is a unique organization,” said Chuck Pandolph, chief flight nurse for North Country Life Flight. “It's very altruistic in its mission in that we don't fly for money. We fly because there's a need.” Without having North Country Life Flight centrally-lo-

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e Th Chuck Pandolph, chief flight nurse for North Country Life Flight, demonstrates how a patient would be cared for during a medevac flight, in the simulation shown above. A $20,000 fundraising campaign is under way to help North Country Life Flight continue its mission of providing its services at no cost to patients.

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cated at Saranac Lake’s Adirondack Regional Airport, response times to pre-hospital emergencies and inter-facility transfers would increase significantly, Pandolph said. And, in a service where every minute counts, that could literally mean the difference between life and death. “And, nobody gets a bill, which is a wonderful thing,” said Washburn. “That's why community support is really important.” Those interested in making a contribution to North Country Life Flight may do so by calling 891-6853 or sending donations in care of the organization to 49 Helms-Mueller Road, P.O. Box 994, Saranac Lake N.Y. 12983. Donations may also be arranged through the United Way of Clinton and Essex Counties Inc. by calling 563-0028. More information about North Country Life Flight may be found on their Web site,

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SATURDAY August 8, 2009

Russian photo exhibit planned

Community yard sale planned

Seagle Colony luncheon planned

CHESTERTOWN — The Town of Chester Library will feature a photo exhibit by Donald Nieradka on Russian scenes from Aug. 7 - Sept. 2. The exhibit includes color photos of the famous Peterhof Palace and gardens, the Hermitage, Catherine's Palace, St. Basis's Cathedral, Red Square and many others.

ADIRONDACK — The 10th annual town of Adirondack community yard sale will be held Saturday, Aug. 8 at the community center/firehouse in the village of Adirondack, on the east shore of Schroon Lake. The sale starts at 9 a.m. A vendors fee of $10 for the space will be collected and the proceeds will be donated to the high Peaks Hospice. For more information call Janet at 494-2191 or Peggie 4944430.

SCHROON LAKE — The annual luncheon for Seagle Music Colony Guild will be held Wednesday, Aug. 5, at the Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing. The profits raised support the Seagle Music Colony Scholarship Fund. Each year scholarships are awarded to offset tuition for a young artist attending the program. Cocktails with cash bar will start at 11:30 with luncheon at noon. There will be a gift basket raffle and entertainment by the artists from Seagle Music Colony. Tickets for this event are $40 and are available at Friedman Reality, Schroon Lake, or through Nadine Magee at 494-3741.

Thurmites to swarm Veterans’ Memorial Field THURMAN — On Monday, Aug. 10, “Johnny and the Thurmites” will entertain at Thurman’s free Concerts in the Park at Veterans’ Memorial Field from 7 to 9 p.m. The band, which includes Norm Mosher on piano and vocals, Dean Schermerhorn on bass and vocals, Lane Schermerhorn on drums and vocals, and John Bianculli on tenor saxophone, brings a light taste of jazz and swing to familiar and very danceable favorites, as well as some good old country classics. You'll be sure to enjoy dancing, or just sitting back and listening to a broad spectrum of styles and memorable songs with “Johnny and the Thurmites.”. Veterans’ Memorial Field, at 311 Athol Road, Athol, is just six miles from The Glen via Glen Athol Road, or from Warrensburg and Exit 23 by Rte 418 and Athol Rd, following concert banners and Veterans’ Memorial Field signs. The concert is under cover and refreshments will be offered by Thurman Youth Commission, but take a chair, your best bud and your dancing shoes. Johnny and the Thurmites are presented by the Town of Thurman using Warren County occupancy tax funds. For more information, call 623-9649, email, or browse

Blight From page 1 disease favors wet weather. This summer, however, has been near catastrophic for local growers as it was in the 1850’s when the same blight caused the Irish potato famine. The disease this year was carried north on the east coast and west to Ohio on plants that were shipped to large box stores from a warehouse in the south. William and Sandra Murphy of Willsboro were especially hard hit. They have a hobby-sized green house and they start all of their plants from seed, using soil that they purchase from Griffin’s Greenhouse. The Murphy’s planted nearly 200 plants; to date they have lost 175 plants, with the disease now beginning to show itself on hanging baskets and cherry tomatoes. Their potatoes also got the disease, but by cutting back the leaves and consuming the potatoes when they are picked, the potato crop should be edible. The disease is very fast moving and within 48 hours of first noticing the disease, their crop was lost. It is especially sad as Murphy’s give their plants to friends, who then “pay” them

Minerva local graduates from basic combat training MINERVA — Army Pvt. Andrew J. Palmatier has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During his nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. He is the son of Debbie Palmatier of Troutbrook Road, Olmstedville, N.Y. Palmatier is a 2006 graduate of the Minerva Central School.

in dog food, or donations to the local SPCA. Christine and Ed Coats, whose garden is located in Schuyler Falls, also have experienced the late blight first hand. Last year Christine learned how to can tomatoes and was excited to stock her larder again this year. In anticipation of that, they planted 50 tomato plants and have lost at least half of them. They also have potato plants that are beginning to show the blight, so they are prepared to pick and eat them before they are completely destroyed. Amy Ivy of Clinton County Cooperative Extension said the disease is located in every county in the state and this is the first year it has manifested itself since 2000. It has caused huge problems for commercial growers, some losing 100 percent of their crop. Sweet corn and tomatoes tend to be the backbone of commercial farming, so the loss has been particularly devastating to them, according to Ivy. While it is on potatoes also, it is not as aggressive. “Home gardeners should call this year a loss. I would encourage people to write off their tomato crop and to eat their potatoes,” Ivy said. Emily Selleck of Essex County Cooperative Extension stated that the disease has been spotted in Port Henry, Crown

Vendors sought for flea market TUPPER LAKE — Mount Arab Lodge is still accepting applications for the annual flea market and craft fair Aug. 14, 15 and 16 held on the beautiful shores of Raquette Pond in the center of Tupper Lake. Vendors from all over the North country and beyond make the trip to the village to sell or “horse trade” with buyers from all over the country. The village has hosted the event for over 30 years and people keep coming back to experience the hospitality that has become the hallmark of Tupper Lake. In fact, some of the vendors have been coming to the event for 20 years or more. There are now second generation vendors that have enjoyed the event exactly as their parents have. For more information call 359-9022.

Point, Westport, Wilmington and Willsboro. There have not been many reports of commercial devastation reported to them. This year they know that the disease was carried in on the seeds. There are a few things that you can do to control late blight. Use only certified seeds and while it is not a guarantee, the chances of survival are better. Ivy also encouraged using plant resistant varieties; Elba is currently the most resistant. If the growing season is particularly wet, as it is was year, late blight spores will be present and fungicides will be necessary, but they must be on the foliage before the spores land. Finally, Ivy said gardeners should scout plants carefully twice a week and more often during periods of wet weather. Those who find late blight should intensify fungal applications within label guidelines and if severe, destroy all diseased plants. Ivy said the two pieces of good news are that the disease has not been around here since 2000 and it does not survive over the winter. For this year, Ivy recommended watching gardens carefully and treating plants accordingly.

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VSMILE CONSOLE, 2 joysticks, 10 games. Includes cords and adapter. $99. obo. lv mess. (518) 593-2053

APPAREL & ACCESSORIES BEAUTIFULL SILVER Fox short stand up collar coat size 14 $250.00. 518-499-0958

APPLIANCES BRAND NEW never used gas Frigidair stove. Asking $325. 518-532-4223 DACOR CERAMIC COOKTOP 36’’. Touch Top black 5 burner dropin. 220V. $250. (518) 946-2256 FOR SALE: GE ELECTRIC DRYER, WORKS PERFECT!! $120.00 (518) 5612350 FRIGIDARE REFRIGERATOR, older, white works $50.00. 518-644-3627 or 518-3076107 GE AIR Conditioner 8000 BTU, excellent $60.00. Plattsburgh, NY 518-324-4740 KENMORE ELECTRIC Dryer $75. 518-5634210 KENMORE REFRIGATOR—full size; frost free with ice maker. Excellent condition. $225. 518-546-7821 REFRIGERATOR, ALMOND color, runs great. $75. 2 Wing Chairs $40 each. 518643-8938 eve. ROPER CHEST Freezer, 9 cubic feet, 3 baskets $185.00. 518-546-2561 VACUUM CLEANER Rigid, wet or dry, 3.5 hp, 34 liter shop type, works well $30.00. 518-546-9898

COMPUTERS A NEW COMPUTER NOW! Brand name. Bad or NO credit - No problem. Smallest weekly payments avail. Call NOW 1-800838-7127 GET A NEW COMPUTER Brand Name laptops & Desktops BAD or No Credit No Problem Smallest weekly payments avail. It’ s Yours NOW 1-800-932-3721 LAPTOP COMPUTER: Toshiba satellite 2435-S255, $40. Works but needs LCD. 518798-6261 after 6pm. 518-798-6261 TOSHIBA SATELITE-P105 IntelDuo 1.73Mhz, 2GB RAM, 120 HDD, Wireless, DVD Dual Layer, 17” VistaPremium (518) 293-8239

FIREWOOD GREEN or seasoned available cut, Split & delivered, 25 years of year-round dependable service. Steve Smith, 518-494-4077, Brant Lake. Warren County Heap vendor.

DORA THE Eplorer 13” Tv brand new condition asking $25.00 Or B/O (518) 636-3271

ANTIQUES HOOSIER/SELLERS; Original glassware sets, complete, 3-14 piece sets available, excellent condition, sellers/ sugar jars also, prices vary. 978-374-4774.

FIREWOOD CUT, Split, & Delivered Year-Round Service We are also a vendor for Warren Co. & Essex Co. Heap Assistance Program 518-251-5396

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GREEN HORIZON Gasification Wood Boilers Clean, 85% Efficient No Splitting-Burns Round Wood Inside and Outside Units Installation Available Greenway Energy Solutions 518-834-6021


ETCHED GLASS tub enclosure. Fits 5’ or 6’ tub. Cost $1100 new Asking $375 perfect. 518-647-5985

STARTER WINE making equipment. Used once. Includes wine recipe kit. $75. 802388-7554

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TORO LEAF blower 31cc w/attachments. Used once. $30; NYSEG approved electric meter can. Nearly new. $25; Insulated window headers 6inch, all 11 5/8in high, (1) 58in (1) 32in, (1) 67in, (1) 8ft 6in All New All for $75; Laminated Beams: (2) 11 7/8in high x 12ft long LVL’s. New. Both for $50; Double wall Secure Vent 4.5in chimney pipe for venting gas stoves, (3) 3ft, (2) 2ft, New. $75 for all. RC Cargo trailer, 12ft, torque-flex axle, interior track system w/two motorcycle wheel locks, spare tire on wheel. Like new. $3200. Bill 518-420-3701.

GENERAC 15000 watts, electric start, 22500 surge watts, 30HP OHVI Ultra Guardian Source. For commercial-residential, industrial. 518-494-5397. GOULD’S 1/2HP Shallow Well Pump with expansion tank used 2months in new condition $125OBO (518)494-9990 HIGH COST of Cable Got You Down? GET DISH w/ FREE FREE FREE installation! Over 50 Free HD Channels! Lowest Prices Call FREE for full details! 1-800-606-9050 HIGH COST of Cable Got You Down? GET DISH w/FREE FREE installation! Over 50 Free HD Channels! Lowest Prices! Call 800240-8112

KOZI PELLET Stove 10,000-40,000 BTU. Retail $2,340, $1600 plus tax as is. Mobile Home approved. 518-647-5170

HOME COMFORT wood gas stove, 4 burner all attachments, nice shape, good for camp $450 OBO. 518-585-6597

WOOD STOVE Vermont Casting Defiant $300 OBO. Where is, as is. Call 518-2515587

HOT WATER Heater 30 Gal., Natural Gas, used 2 months, like new. USCRAFTMASTER, $99.00 OBO. 518-761-3399


IN NEW condition pine bunk beds 4 years old used approx 6 times/3side rails and ladder (518) 250-0025

1/2 price Insulation 4x8 sheets 1” to 7” thick, Blue Dow or High (R). Also 2005 Sun Lite Crank up truck Camper, never used 518-5973876.

ITALIAN LEATHER LIVING ROOM SET in original plastic, never used. Original price $3,000, sacrifice $975. Bill 347-328-0651

14 FT. 1960 Alumacraft boat, trailer, 35hp Mercury motor, power trim, low hours (518) 637-3383

KITCHEN CABINETS. 13 painted cabinets and stainless steel sink. $150/obo. Stony Creek. (518) 696-7280

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15G GAS buddy $50, Bldg Jack $20, 2 Bows w/arrows $125, Gard Way Cart $45, Table Saw $25, Antq Stereo/RecPlayer $25, Metal Stg Cab $5, Ski Doo Helmet $5, Old Trunk $20, Ser for 6 Pewter $100, Ab Lounger $20 (518) 494-5149

LARGE CART used to haul wood. (49”Lx36”Wx39”H). Sheet metal lined. (518) 834-9696

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270 AVON Bottles many boxes, 70’s, $90 or trade. OBO. 518-647-8260 275 GALLON fuel tank with gauge and filter. Includes four legs.$150. (518) 726-6012


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FIREWOOD FIREWOOD GREEN or seasoned available cut, Split & delivered, 25 years of year-round dependable service. Steve Smith, 518-494-4077, Brant Lake. Warren County Heap vendor.

56’ ENAMEL surface table, 2 pull out cutting boards, 2 divided drawers $200. or BO 518494-4449 or 518-494-2270 ANDERSON CASEMENT window 4foot X 4foot with screens Excellent condition $100 (518)494-9990 ANTIQUE 1950’s Tudor electric football game in original box $50. Call 518-523-3148 ASHTON DRAKE Paradise Galleries Porcelain collectable Dolls, increase value with time, must see to see to appreciate, 13 Angels, 2 boys. 518-891-7404 CHERRY BEDROOM SET. Solid Wood, never used, brand new in factory boxes. English Dovetail. Original cost $4500. Sell for $749. Can deliver. 917-731-0425 CREDIT CARD Processing Machine, best offer. Call 802-877-3881. DIRECTV SATELLITE Television. Packages from $29.99/mo. FREE EQUIPMENT, FREE 4 Room Installation, FREE HD or DVR Receiver Upgrade. Call for Details 888-4084254 DIRECTV Authorized Dealer EMPTY BARRELS, 5 55 gal. $10.00. Call 518-891-4723 LARGE TOTE, large box full of canning jars. Asking $25.00. Call 518-597-3598

LITTER-LIFT: Tow behind your lawn tractor, pick up leaves, sticks, golf balls. 7HP $125 (518) 668-2288

TRAILER HITCH 1 1/4” Fits big FORD sedans 1983-09 with reciever like new $70 (518) 668-2288

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2-LARGE truck helper springs. 39in.longx4 in.wide with 1 1/4in, hole on 1 side. (518) 546-8258

3’X6’ glass table top with wicker and metal base $60. 518-644-3951 BEAUTIFUL SOLID oak entertainment center for 27” tv and stereo area, Mint condition. (518) 561-7458

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BEDROOM DRESSER w/mirror. 5’length x 18” width, 72” hight, 4 large drawers, 4 meduim drawers, excellent condition, $50.00. 518-962-2282

AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified Housing available. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (888) 349-5387

CHURCH PEW. Dark wood, antique. $75. Pottersville/ Adirondack area. 494-4168 or (518) 346-4451

AIRLINES ARE HIRING: Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified Housing available. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance. 888-349-5387.

PINE BUNK Bed Frame, great condition $200.00. 802-425-3598 PORCH ROCKER with wicker woven seat and back and wood frame.$45.00 (518) 9467261 ROUND 48” maple table with 2 24” leaves and 4 captain chairs asking $200 (518) 2972795

SOFA/SLEEPER Queen Size. Light Blue/Green/Beige plaid. Like new. $200.00 518-798-6068

POWER SNAKE for sewer line. Paid $429.00 sell for $225.00. Used three times. (518) 494-5397.

VINTAGE ENAMEL Topped table, drop leaf, scalloped edge, rare floral border $150. Call 518-546-3703

SIR EDMUND Hillary matted 12x16 autographed color photo of Mount Everest $350.00. 518-222-9837.

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TWO DOUBLE STROLLERS Graco DuoGlider tandem stroller $50;InStep double Jogger stroller $45;Great Condition. (518) 643-0551

NEW ASHELY Wood Stove.Used one week. Cost $1000.00 Asking $499.00 (518) 5630776

SAVE SAVE SAVE PREMIUM Grade wood pellets by the bag, by the ton or by a tractor trailer load; Also Hitzer Coal Stoves ~~ Leisure Line Coal Stove, We rent Symons Concrete Forms. Call for pricing 518-893-2165 we deliver


TRAILER MOUNTED with sturdy 4x6 wooden box spare tire cover, light tie down. $175. 518-585-7549

NATURAL GAS space heater, ventless, new $50.00. Call 518-314-6257

SALE: NEW Canoe, used 3 times built in cooler, oars and Accessories included $300.00 (518) 523-5650

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RICH, BUTTER-cream fudge seeks lover of sweets. Meet me at the Fly Creek Cider Mill’s fudge counter daily or visit me on-line at SEARS CENTRAL COOLING SystemsGreat Financing Options available on ENERGY STARÆ qualified systems such as CARRIER Æ & KENMORE Æ ** see details www.sears 1-877669-8973 Offer Expires 09/22/09

ROCK WEIGHT Bench with some weights & leg lift. $100. 518-644-3085 TREADMLL: WESLO, extra wide adjustable deck,distance,time, calories, speed display,with pulse sensor. $199.99 802-4592987

SPORTING GOODS FOOTBALL CLEATS; “Under Armour” size 9, excellent condition, new $125 Asking $25. 802-558-4860 FOR SALE - Pool Table in excellant condition all accessories included $200 (518) 4935380 GIANT CYPRES ST - Bicycle, 23” frame, 18 gears. Needs break pads, tubes and tires. $100 OBO 802-683-4543


BABY BROWNING Made in Belgium 25 Ca. $300.00. 802-434-3107

WANTED White Birch Bark sheets for furniture making. Will pay top dollar Call for details 518-645-6351

GUN CABINET ,six racks, beautifully hand crafted pine, glass front , $498.00 OBO (518) 642-1751



HORSES/ACCESS. BENCHMARK WESTERN saddle, black basketweave. 15” seat. Excellent condition. $275. 518-534-4539 or 518-563-5198.

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TREE WORK Expert Topping, Pruning, Removals of any size Equipped, Experienced, Insured Call Michael Emelianoff 518-251-3936

SEARS BAND Saw, like new $120.00. 802948-2922.

MUSIC CLARINET, VIOLIN, FLUTE, TRUMPET, Amplifier, Fender Guitar $75 each. Upright Bass, Cello, Saxophone, French Horn, Drums, $189 each. Others 4-sale 1-516-3777907 JANSSEN PIANO with bench. 57” long x36” high and 25” deep. Asking $200. 518-2937233 UPRIGHT PIANO Fair condition Free come and get it! On Goodnow Flow Road (518) 582-2078

PETS & SUPPLIES FREE 2YR mixed breed dog. Neutered & shots. Excellent with kids and other animals. (518) 585-2152 FREE FEMALE cat 1 yr. old spayed with shots, Smokey gray, looking for a good home. 518-546-3484 LARGE PET-Mate Dog Crate from Pet Smart, New Never used. $55.00 518-5233144 PYGORA GOAT (pygmy angora cross) kids for sale,white cream silver and black ,females 250. fixed males 75. ,Call 518-562-0235

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JOBOX TOOL Boxes 6’ long, 17” high, 14” deep, aluminum diamond plate Black $400 OBO. 518-648-5903

SKIL CIRCULAR Saw, new, unused, carrying case, 2.5 HP, 13amp, sixteen blades-cutting wheels, $90 OBO 518-623-4374

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served against the LLC to 2200 ROUTE 9, LLC, 5 Mill Road, Lake George, New York 12845. The business purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the Limited Liability Company Law of the State of New York. NE-7/4-8/8/09-6TC34361 --------------------------------

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIACOMPANY. HUGE FESTIVAL OF CRAFTS: BILITY Hammondsport, NY on beautiful Keuka Lake. Name: BB Tackle LLC. August 15th - 16th. 125+ Artisans. 1-607- Articles of Organization 569-2242. filed with SSNY on 6/29/09. Business Location: 12 Geer Street, LEGALS Glens Falls, NY 12801. SSNY designated as News Enterprise agent for service of Legal deadline process. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the Monday @ 3:00pm LLC. Term: Perpetual. Please Send Legals Purpose: Any lawful busiBy EMAIL To: ness purpose including but not limited to retail distribution of sporting NOTICE OF goods. FORMATION OF NE-7/11-8/15/09-6TCLIMITED LIABILITY 34367 COMPANY -------------------------------1. The name of the limited liability company is NOTICE OF Mohican Street, LLC FORMATION OF 2. The articles of organi- LIMITED LIABILITY zation were filed with the COMPANY Name: Heber Department of State on Farms LLC. Articles of April 3, 2009. Organization of Heber 3. The office of the Com- Development LLC filed pany is to be located in with Secretary of State of Warren County. New York (SSNY) on 4. The Secretary of State December 31, 2008, with has been designated as date of formation being agent of the Company January 1, 2009. Name upon whom process changed to Heber Farms against it may be served. LLC by Certificate of The post office address to Amendment filed May 27, which the Secretary of 2009. Office location: State shall mail a copy of Warren County. SSNY any process against it designated as agent of served upon him or her is LLC upon whom process c/o Bosy, P.O. Box 1, against it may be served. Lake George, NY 12845. SSNY shall mail copy of 5. The purpose of the process to the LLC, 239 limited liability company is Brownville Rd., Ganto engage in any lawful sevoort, NY 12831. Puract or activity for which a pose: any lawful act or limited liability company activities. may be organized under NE-7/18-8/22/09-6TCthe New York Limited Lia- 34393 bility Company Law. -------------------------------NE-7/4-8/8/09-6TC34332 NOTICE OF -------------------------------- FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY NOTICE OF COMPANY (LLC) FORMATION OF NEW Name: FIRE FUELS, YORK LIMITED LLC. Articles of OrganizaLIABILITY COMPANY tion filed with Secretary of The name of the limited State of New York liability is 2200 ROUTE 9, (SSNY) on June 26, LLC. 2009. Office location: The date of filing of the Warren County. SSNY Articles of Organization has been designated as with the Department of agent of the LLC upon State was June 19, 2009. whom process against it The county in New York in may be served. SSNY which the offices of the shall mail a copy of LLC are located is War- process to: The LLC, ren. 1177 Ridge The Secretary of State Road,Queensbury, NY has been designated as 12804. Purpose of LLC: agent of the LLC upon The business purpose of whom process may be the company is to engage served, and the Secretary in any and all business of State shall mail a copy activities permitted under of any such process the laws of the State of

New York. NE-7/18/09-8/22/09-6TC34395 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (“LLC”) Name: Northern L.G. Properties, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State (“SSNY”) on July 3, 2009. Office Location: Warren County. The “SSNY” is designated as agent of the “LLC” upon whom process against it may be served. “SSNY” shall mail a copy of any process to the principal business location of LLC: 9848 Route 8, Hague, NY 12836. Purpose: All lawful activities. NE-7/18-8/22/09-6TC34413 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION Country Girl Enterprises, LLC art. of org. filed Secy. of State NY (SSNY) 6/12/09. Off. loc. in Warren Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: PO Box 18, Brant Lake, NY 12815.Managed by 1 or more members. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NE-7/25-8/29/09-6TC34416 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) 1. The name of LLC is PFM Executive Aircraft Charter Co., LLC. 2. The date of the filing of the Articles of Organization with the Secretary of New York State (SSNY) is 7/08/09. 3. The office within NYS the LLC is located is in Warren County. 4. The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The Post Office address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him or her is: PFM Executive Aircraft Charter Co., LLC. 132 Bay St., Glens Falls, NY 12801. 5. The specific date upon which the LLC is to dissolve is NONE. 6. The purpose of the business of the LLC: is Brokerage of private aircraft for charter. NE-7/25/09-8/29/09-6TC34449 -------------------------------NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY Under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. The name of the Limited Liability Company is The Foam Guys, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the New York Secretary of State (NYSOS) on July 13,

SATURDAY August 8, 2009

2535. NE-7/25-8/29/09-6TC34420 2009. The Company -------------------------------maintains an office located in Warren County. VELTE LLC, A DOMESNYSOS has been desig- TIC LIMITED LIABILITY nated as an agent for COMPANY (LLC) filed service of process with the Sec of State of against the Company and NY on 3/27/09. NY Office NYSOS shall mail location: Warren County. process to The Foam SSNY is designated as Guys, LLC, Attn: James J. agent upon whom Papa, 264 Warren Street, process against the LLC Glens Falls, NY 12801. may be served. SSNY The latest date for Com- shall mail a copy of any pany Dissolution shall be process against the LLC indefinite. The purpose served upon him/her to and business of the Com- The LLC, 231 Silver Bay pany is to engage in any Rd., Silver Bay, NY 12874 lawful act or activity for General purposes which limited liability com- NE-8/1/09-9/5/09-6TCpanies may be formed. 34469 Dated: July 14, 2009 -------------------------------s/Daniel J. Mannix, Esq., Muller & Mannix, PLLC, NOTICE OF FORMAOF Western 257 Bay Rd., PO Box TION 143, Glens Falls, NY Resources Racing, LLC. 12801-0143. (518) 793- Arts. of Org. filed with


Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 7/21/09. Office location: Warren Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o East Village Property Management LLC, 350 East 13th St., NY, NY 10003. Purpose: any lawful activities. NE-8/1-9/5/09-6TC34476 -------------------------------NOTICE OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY PURSUANT TO NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY LAW SECTION 1006 and 206(C) The name of the limited liability company is Gilchrist Marina, L.L.C. The date of filing of the


Articles of Organization with the Department of State was July 13, 2009. The County in New York in which the office is located is Warren County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the company upon which process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the company served upon him or her to c/o Helen Gilchrist, 3686 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point, New York, 12824. The purpose of the limited liability company is to engage in any business permitted by law. NE-8/8-9/12/09-6TC49084 --------------------------------

Articles of Organization for Namras Yurt, LLC were filed with the New York State Division of Corporations and Uniform Code in Albany, New York on 07/06/2009. The company maintains an office in Warren County. The New York State Division of Corporations and Uniform Code has been designated as agent upon which process may be served and a copy of process shall be mailed by New York State Division of Corporations and Uniform Code to the LLC at 1766 State Route 9N, Lake George, New York 12845. Purpose: for any lawful activity for which limited liability companies may be formed under law. Robert T. Farrell, Attorney at Law 518-623-2020. NOTICE OF N E - 8 / 8 - 9 / 1 2 / 0 9 - 6 T C FORMATION OF LLC 49088

-------------------------------PAPAS SECOND GENERATION LLC PAPAS SECOND GENERATION LLC formed a domestic Limited Liability Company in NY. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) June 17, 2009. New York Office Location: principal place of business & mailing address is PO Box 493, Town of Lake Luzerne, Warren County, NY 12846. SSNY designated agent upon whom process can be served; Roderick F. Gardner, 111 Third Avenue, Hadley, NY 12835. Formed to engage in any lawful business. NE-8/8-9/12/09-6TC49087 --------------------------------

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